This high tech gaming devise (yes, before phones that did everything under the sun, there were watches you could play Pac-man on and it was very cutting edge then!) began an obsession at our house. My Dad quickly became addicted and played it at every opportunity. This eventually led to Mark buying this:
Yep, TOTAL Legend of Zelda addict! I have played all of the Zelda games, and not enjoyed some of them. THIS one I have enjoyed and cursed, but I still play it. It is where my video game addiction began.
Hi, my name is Stephanie, and I am a video game addict. I have played them on a watch, on consoles (several generations of consoles in fact), table top style arcade machines, upright arcade machines, on computers, on my iPod touch, and I LOVE THEM ALL! Time wasters, yes, but they are entertaining, and for me an escape to a place where that is the only thing going on in my head. Funny, I never really thought of that until now. I often feel as though there are ping pong balls bouncing around inside of my head. Keeping schedules, things I need to do, work projects, family issues, household tasks, jewelry ideas, show tasks and business paperwork. Makes me a bit dizzy just typing it out here! But when I play video games, I can escape from the barrage going on inside my head for a few blissful moments and that is PRICELESS! Like a spa vacation (only shorter, cheaper, and far less exotic).
So what has brought on this trip down memory lane and the tour through my head? This game:
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